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Grace and culture shook hands

The garment which defines the sensuality of a woman in the new yards of magnificence and perseverance of the weavers does not deserve a standing ovation. It is the grace of a saree that brings out the poise and allure of the wearer in a way that she is not only confident of herself but… Continue reading Grace and culture shook hands

Art & Craft of India · Indian Ethnic Wear · Sarees · The Drape Department

Trending Now – Chanderi

The pride of draping fabric is not just about trends and fashions. It is a metaphor for timeless feminity, a synonym for tasteful sensuality. When we pick a particular artform to wear it to an occasion, we reflect our choice in our personality which mirrors who we are. The modern woman wants the dressing to… Continue reading Trending Now – Chanderi

Festivals · Indian Ethnic Wear · Sarees · The Drape Department

The golden aura of Onam

The festival of Onam brings along with it all the colors of Kerala, where it is primarily celebrated. It’s history, its culture, its beliefs all come alive during ten-day Onam festivities. Onam is celebrated to mark the homecoming of the King Mahabali who is believed to be the greatest king ever in Kerala. This festival… Continue reading The golden aura of Onam

Indian Ethnic Wear · Sarees · The Drape Department

Sustainable Fashion – the next big thing

Fashion is no longer restricted to wearing branded clothes and flaunting your style sense. It has now shifted focus to ecological balance over the growing threat to environmental concern. Sustainable fashion is a movement and process of fostering change to fashion products towards greater ecological integrity. Isn’t it, our responsibility towards the global concern of… Continue reading Sustainable Fashion – the next big thing

Indian Ethnic Wear · Sarees · The Drape Department

Five Sarees for Dusky Beauties

“Dipped in chocolate, bronzed in elegance, enamelled with grace, tasted with beauty.’ That’s how we think about dusky complexion women. In India, we are obsessed with fair complexion and view it as a symbol of beauty, superiority and stature. But it is sure a misnomer with the global fashion platform vouching for dusky beauties and… Continue reading Five Sarees for Dusky Beauties

Festivals · Indian Ethnic Wear · Jewelry · Sarees · The Drape Department

Be a diva this Diwali

Being an Indian, we enjoy cultural diversity and traditional ways as we plunge in celebrating festivals almost all the year round. Even with so many festivals, we all have the most favourite one. Ours is Diwali, what’s yours? We are sure most of you would go for the same, right? After all, Diwali not only… Continue reading Be a diva this Diwali

Sarees · The Drape Department

Five must have sarees in your wedding trousseau

India is blessed to have a culturally bright tradition which keep marriage season on throughout the year. With friends and families making a wedding special for both bride and groom, it’s a happy feeling everywhere. A marriage gets finalised and you find the whole group of friends and sisters, aunts and everyone around, wanting to… Continue reading Five must have sarees in your wedding trousseau

Indian Ethnic Wear · Sarees · The Drape Department

Five bridal lehengas for a blissful look

A bride-to-be phase is one of the loveliest times in life of a woman. The being-in-love-with the one, with whom marriage is imminent, is one of the most wonderful feelings a girl has ever come across. It’s a time of love-in-the-air always as one awaits the D-day. Other than arranging wedding trousseau, the most important… Continue reading Five bridal lehengas for a blissful look